Mortgage-backed securities are bond-like investments made up of a pool of mortgages. When you purchase a mortgage-backed security, youâre buying a small portion of a collection of loans that a government-sponsored entity or a financial institution has packaged together for sale. Investors may refer to these loans as MBS, which stands for mortgage-backed securities. Investing […]
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Mortgage Q&A: âDo mortgage payments increase?â While this sounds like a no-brainer question, it’s actually a little more complicated than it appears. You see, there a number of different reasons why a mortgage payment can increase, aside from the obvious interest rate change. But let’s start with the obvious and go from there. And yes, [&hellip
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Are you stressed by an income reduction? Try these budgeting tips to survive a pay cut and thrive during this challenging time.
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It’s that time again, where I take a look at a pair of popular mortgage programs to determine which may better suit certain situations. Today’s match-up: “15-year fixed mortgage vs. 30-year fixed mortgage.” As always, there is no one-size-fits-all solution because everyone is different and may have varying real estate and financial goals. For example, [&hellip
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If you donât pay your mortgage, it will set you on the path to foreclosure, which means losing your house. It may take a while, but it’s a likely outcome.
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Mortgage Q&A: âDoes a refinance require an appraisal?â A reader recently asked if they needed an appraisal to refinance their existing mortgage, knowing they can often add weeks to the loan process. As with anything in the mortgage realm, the answer is it depends. Mainly, it depends on the type of loan you plan to [&hellip
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Thereâs nothing inherently wrong with living with your parents, other than EVERYTHING! So letâs talk about how to GET OUT! To be clear, Iâm going to discuss moving out and buying a place of your own, not moving out and renting, seeing that the latter is fairly self-explanatory. The desire to move out might be [&hellip
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If youâre scratching your head wondering why home prices continue to go up and up, consider the fact that itâs actually cheaper now than it was a year ago. Itâs also less expensive to own a home today than it was back in 2019, 2018, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, and even during parts of 2004. [&hellip
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